Pauline Frederick Reporting: A Pioneering Broadcaster Covers the Cold War

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PAULINE
FREDERICK
REPORTING

A Pioneering Broadcaster
Covers the Cold War

MARILYN S. GREENWALD
Foreword by Marlene Sanders

POTOMAC BOOKS | An imprint of the University of Nebraska Press

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents ix
  • Photographs xi
  • Foreword xiii
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • Introduction xvii
  • Chronology xxi
  • 1- A Quirk of Fate 1
  • 2- Polly the Prizewinner 13
  • 3- Talking about Serious Things 49
  • 4- Television’s Merciless Eye 64
  • 5- Crisis Pauline 85
  • 6- Perils of Pauline 102
  • 7- The Great Assembly Hall 130
  • 8- If Not Miss Frederick, Who? 149
  • 9- Death of the Peacock 173
  • 10- Liberating the Airwaves 195
  • 11- Good News, Bad News, and Agnews 219
  • 12- Full Circle 240
  • 13- Out of the Box 260
  • Notes and Sources 273
  • Selected Bibliography 315
  • Index 319
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